Gorenje; styled as goretne, is a leading Slovenia brand, established in 1950 by Ivan Atelšek (Ivan), a devout Catholic. It’s located in Velenje, Slovenia. Goretne consists of different branches: Belja, Hrutan, Kutina, Mazaska, Pulsar, Star, Viator and Zanussi. All the brands are characterized by their own unique designs, styles, shapes and sizes. Read more Gorenje appoints new logistics partner
Gorenje is a great example of an outstanding manufacturer of household cooking appliances that has a strong tradition of innovation, creativity, quality and style. The brand was originally intended for use in the rural areas of eastern Europe. Now it has developed to become a major worldwide household appliance and known for being stylish, elegant, stylish, functional and user-friendly. The design of gorenje is largely influenced by the works of Miroslav Klose, though the most common shapes are oblong, rectangular and round. In terms of size, the most common sizes of Gorenje cooking appliances in eastern Europe are 6 quart, 3 quart, 2 quart, nonstick and stainless steel cookers.
The company first launched its line of non-stick cookers in the year 1955, which was a year before Gorenje was established. Since then the brand has grown significantly, becoming one of the world’s leading manufacturers of household appliances. The company’s sales network in eastern Europe is the largest and the most successful in the market. At present, Gorenje is represented in more than 40 countries around the globe. The company is also represented in a variety of international markets including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, Vietnam and a number of others.